When purpose meets sustainability
At Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien, visitors discover the grounds by train while animals approach and observe them! Many different types of encounters make this location a must-see stop in the Saguenay–Lac-St-Jean region.
You needn’t look for naturalists! They’ll find you and reveal the secrets of the fauna inhabiting the Zoo – including the Amur tiger, red panda, and wolverine. The Zoo is home to over 800 animals representing approximately 90 boreal and cold region species of the world. Also, be sure to consult the snack schedules of indigenous and exotic animals. Your questions are welcome!
Explore the Os Nature exhibition – presented under an enormous fin whale skeleton – and learn astonishing facts about how a variety of species adapt perfectly to their environments.
Treat yourself to Adventure in the land of the caribou, a 26-hour guided tour of the boreal forest. It’s a privileged opportunity for a close-up encounter with impressive deer!
An illuminated forest? How magical! Accompanied by your little virtual guide Felix, venture out on the Anima Lumina nocturnal trail, created by Moment Factory.
Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien has animal well-being and sustainability at heart: captive breeding of endangered species, engagement in conservation projects, responsible daily ecomanagement are among the Zoo’s many important actions.
Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien
2230 boulevard du Jardin
Saint-Félicien (Quebec) | G8K 0H1
T 418 679-0543
T 1 800 667-5687 (toll-free)
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